get_iplayer has PVR-like capabilities (like Sky+ / TiVo / Series-Link); You can save lists of programme searches which are automatically recorded when they become available so that you can watch them when you choose and on devices that cannot run Adobe Flash Player – even if you don’t have adequate broadband speeds or if your broadband streams too slowly at peak hours when you want to watch a programme.
Latest stable get_iplayer release from Arch Linux AUR.
docker run -d \ --name=<container name> \ -e SCHEDULE=<XXd|h|m|s> \ -e SHOWS=<comma seperated show names> \ -v <path for data files>:/data \ -v <path for config files>:/config \ -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro \ -e UMASK=<umask for created files> \ -e PUID=<uid for user> \ -e PGID=<gid for user> \ binhex/arch-get-iplayer
Please replace all user variables in the above command defined by <> with the correct values.
N/A, CLI only.
docker run -d \ --name=get_iplayer \ -e SCHEDULE=12h \ -e SHOWS="Chuggington,Mike the Knight" \ -v /apps/docker/get_iplayer/downloaded:/data \ -v /apps/docker/get_iplayer:/config \ -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro \ -e UMASK=000 \ -e PUID=0 \ -e PGID=0 \ binhex/arch-get-iplayer
User ID (PUID) and Group ID (PGID) can be found by issuing the following command for the user you want to run the container as:-
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ok change is in, ive not tested it yet but you should now be able to encode to mp4, let me know how you get on.
p.s thanks for the beer money :-)
This container doesn't include the ffmpeg/avconv required to convert the flv file, so its not really that useful, unless you just want a lot of .flv files
sure - i can add in something to allow the conversion.
Shows with spaces require a \ before the space or it doesn't work on Ubuntu, so it would look like...
-e SHOWS=Chuggington,Mike\ the\ Knight \
or alternatively wrap your show list in double quotes:-
-e SHOWS="Chuggington,Mike the Knight" should work